Polish movie actors died in the year 1953

Here are 2 famous actors from Poland died in 1953:

Osip Abdulov

Osip Abdulov (November 16, 1900 Łódź-June 14, 1953 Moscow) a.k.a. Osip Naumovich Abdulov, O. Abdulov or O.N. Abdulov was a Polish actor. He had one child, Vsevolod Osipovich Abdulov.

Osip Abdulov was part of the Soviet film industry, and appeared in over 60 films during his career. He studied at the Vakhtangov Theatre School and worked with the Vakhtangov Theatre until 1925. He then moved to Moscow and worked with the Moscow Art Theatre until 1933. Some of his notable roles were in the films "Chapaev" (1934), "The Forty-first" (1956), and "The Return of the Vagabond" (1949).

During World War II, Abdulov served in the Soviet military as a member of the special propaganda battalion. After the war, he continued his acting career and also worked as a teacher at the Moscow Art Theatre School.

Abdulov was honored posthumously with the title of People's Artist of the RSFSR (Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic) in 1956.

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Theo Mackeben

Theo Mackeben (January 5, 1897 Starogard Gdański-January 10, 1953 Berlin) also known as John Morris, Red Roberts or Mackeben, Theo was a Polish film score composer, pianist, composer, conductor and actor.

Mackeben started his musical career in Berlin during the 1920s, quickly establishing himself as one of the most prominent composers in the German cabaret scene. He composed music for numerous films and worked with notable directors such as Fritz Lang and Detlef Sierck. His most famous composition is the song "Bel ami," which was used in the 1939 film of the same name.

During World War II, Mackeben continued to work in the German film industry, but following the war, he was banned from composing for three years due to his connections to the Nazi Party. However, he was eventually able to resume his career and wrote music for several German films and stage productions in the 1950s.

Aside from his work as a composer, Mackeben was also an accomplished pianist and conducted several orchestras throughout his career. He was also known for his acting, appearing in several films and stage productions as a character actor. Theo Mackeben died in Berlin in 1953, leaving behind a legacy as one of the most influential composers in German musical theater and film.

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